VC investments can lead to employment and spending growth. Here’s how Indonesian venture capital support the country’s development goals.
Kedai Sayur has more than 2,000 vegetable hawkers joining as their partner in Greater Jakarta area and the number continues to grow by 60% per month.
Now with 70 employees, The Fit Company comprises various wellness operations, including a gym, a healthy catering service and healthy restaurants.
e27 noted down five of the most mind-blowing quotes said by founders when they talked about building their companies. Some of them might surprise you.
In 2018, East Ventures was awarded the most active seed investor in the world by Crunchbase, and it is easy to believe that the VC might just repeat the achievement again this year.
Ticket sales for outbound travel – to destinations like Japan, South Korea, UK, Netherlands, and France – in 2019 make up almost 70% of total revenue.
Through Grab Ventures Velocity, Grab has become a strategic partner for University of Indonesia's startup development program.
Advotics introduced cloud platform to digitize workforce, business network, physical asset, and products, to convert data into insightful metrics.
The insurance scheme, which can be purchased through the Traveloka app, insures homes from incidents for a 30-day period, starting from the departure date.
The investment will accelerate mission of 7.5 Degree to be the most accurate compass for new economy explorers and bringing in more local journalists.
Founded in 2013 as a social network for stock investors, Stockbit has evolved into an app that integrates stock trading, information, and social networking.
In 2017, Kudo made headlines when it was acquired by Southeast Asian ride-hailing giant Grab to strengthen its foray into the fintech sector.
Lubna.io is the first crypto robo-trading in Southeast Asia and currently serves multiple financial assets including cryptocurrency, forex, and commodities.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology has helped officials anticipate floods earlier than before, Jakarta Smart City's representative said.
5 Education Technology (EdTech) Startups That Aim to Make Learning Become More Inclusive and Efficient
Education Technology (EdTech) refers to an area of technology devoted to the development and application of tools intended to promote education.
Triplogic currently operating in 61 cities across Indonesia while partnering with over 1,600 SMEs. In 2019, it aims to add more than 15,000 drop points.
East Ventures is currently the most active seed investors in Southeast Asia landscape and one of the most active in the world (according to Crunchbase).
Southeast Asia is a lucrative region for automotive startups, given its large population size and all countries except Singapore being developing countries.
Zave Opens up AI-Driven Platform to Law, Accounting, and Corporate Services Firms, Enhancing Efficiencies and Client Engagement
The app is on track to reach 10,000 users by end-2019 across five jurisdictions including Singapore, Hong Kong, and Australia, with plans to expand to the United Kingdom and Canada in the coming months.
In recent years, we started to see more female in tech startup ecosystem, as startup founders and even as VC Partners, especially in Southeast Asia.
5 East Ventures-backed Advertising Technology (Ad Tech) Startups That Will Make Better Use of Your Advertising Budgets
Advertising Technology (Adtech) became the umbrella term for software that can help you to target, deliver, and analyze your digital advertising efforts.
This is the first strategic partnership between STB (Singapore Tourism Board) & Traveloka, and also the first time STB is signing a pan-SEA partnership.
11 SaaS Startups That Are Helping SMEs and Enterprises Become More Productive and Efficient, Backed by East Ventures
SaaS is a software distribution model in which a third-party provider hosts applications and makes them available to customers over the internet.
Waresix is the only player in the industry that provides end-to-end freight service to address the unruly landscape of Indonesia.
East Ventures has seen the potential of media startup in Southeast Asia since 2010 when it started to invest in several startups.